Autotrail Cheyene 696 SE G Carpet >?

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  1. beachcaster

    beachcaster Read Only Funster

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    I have just aquired this ...and there are many things that I like about it ...a few oddities......and I have a lot to learn about it .
    The dealer told me the carpet was not removable. And that the furniture was fixed over the carpet.

    The carpet looks great
    But what happens when it gets worn....................one of many dumb questions to come

    thanks

    Barry


    oops two "n"s in Cheyenne :)
     
  2. Gooney

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    I'm amazed that a van of this quality doesn't have removeable carpets, however I'm sure any half decent carpet fitter will be able to cut out the carpets and have the edges bound for you giving you the benefits of removeable carpets.:thumb:
     
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    You have a choice, either remove the furniture or get a sharp Stanley knife and cut the old carpet out. Refit the new carpet, cut to shape and stick down with double sided tape. Simples
     
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    Hi Barry
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    We have the same problem.

    We bought a cheap carpet offcut and cut it to fit our lounge area this helps protect the origional carpet when it starts looking tatty i will replace it with another piece.

    Nice to see you are enjoying your new toy:thumb::thumb:
     
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